Re: OOPS on modprobe 3c2000

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Are you sure about the tg3 always being better?

It seems to work better on server class machines, but the HP mini
desktops are quite happy with the bcm5700 from HP's web site.

Ted



On Fri, 2003-11-07 at 17:05, Xose Vazquez Perez wrote:
> Alexandre Oliva wrote:
> 
> > On Nov  7, 2003, "Zach Wilkinson" <[email protected]> wrote:
> 
> >>CD includes linux driver in source and instructions on building;
> >>http://www.asus.com/pub/ASUS/lan/3com/3c940/044_Linux.zip .
> 
> >>Call Trace:   [<c0216021>] rtnetlink_fill_ifinfo [kernel] 0x381 (0xcddbfcac)
> >>[<c0216152>] rtnetlink_dump_ifinfo [kernel] 0x72 (0xcddbfce4)
> 
> > Looks like a bug in their module, or at least some incompatibility.  I
> > suppose you should contact ASUS support and at least let them know
> > there is such a problem.  Maybe they even have a solution already?
> 
> 3C940 works with *tg3* driver, it's BCM-5701 board.
> Forget Asus and 3com drivers, they are very old and bad maintained.
> bcm5700 driver will work too, but it's very uuuuugly.
> 
> in short: -> tg3 <-




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